April 25th, 2012
Lorraine M. Horner
April 21, 2012
GROVERTOWN â€”Â Lorraine M. Horner, 59, of Chesterton died Saturday, April 21, 2012 in Chicago.
She is survived by her husband, James Horner; one daughter, Carolyn (Glenn) Stepek of Chesterton; stepson, James (Andrea) Horner of Texas; one grandchild; sisters, Leata Sobieck of Chesterton, Margaret Tessner of Lake in the Hills, Ill., Marlene (Ernie) Wilson of Grovertown and Darlene Allen of Knox and half-sister, Kristine (Milt) Schwab of Morton Grove, Ill.
Thomas R. Relos
Aug. 21, 1985-April 21, 2012
VALPARAISO â€”Â Thomas R. Relos, 26, of Valparaiso, died April 21, 2012. He was born Aug. 21, 1985 in South Bend. He worked as a laborer for Northwest Indiana Fence Company.
Robert Lee Ross
May 16, 1936-April 19, 2012
CULVER â€”Â Bob Ross passed away at approximately 2 a.m. in his home in Culver. Bob was not only loved by his family, but also by his many, many friends.
Bob was born in Dubois, Pa. to the late Leland and Sarah (Sterling) Ross.
Popular children's author Buck Wilder (aka Tim Smith) paid Culver Elementary School a visit recently to read from his books, which include "Buck Wilder's Small Fry Fishing Guide" among others, and discuss the importance of spending time outdoors being active and enjoying nature.
Pictured with him in the school's media center are, (front row, left to right): students Linda Thamm, Addison Pohl, Lily Gregorash, Noah Parsons; back row, Landon Stevens, Wilder, Jake Rodgers. More information on Wilder and his books is available at www.buckwilder.com.
Marshall County fourth graders shared their favorite school memories with the Pilot News and their responses, along with class photos, can be found in today's paper.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â City water consumers will see a slight increase in their water bills beginning this summer.
Monday night members of the Plymouth Common Council approved on second and third readings an ordinance amending water rates for the City of Plymouth.
Speaking on behalf of the increase was the cityâ€™s financial consultant John Julian from Umbaugh.Â About a month to six weeks ago Umbaugh evaluated the annual financial report of the water utility and recommended a gradual increase which Julian said, â€śthe result will keep the City in strong financial shape.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth residents may be familiar with Oliver Fordâ€™s â€śDrive One 4 YOUR Schoolâ€ť fundraising events, but this Saturdayâ€™s proceedings will be a little different.
â€śDrive Smart for Your Schoolâ€ť will feature Lincoln cars, with money from test drives going toward the Plymouth School of Inquiry, Plymouth High Schoolâ€™s New Tech school opening this fall. For each person that test drives one of the cars, $20 will be donated to the school by Lincoln. Oliver Ford plans to match this, making a total donation of $40 per test drive.
Plymouth's Northern Lakes Conference baseball game with Warsaw, which was rained out Friday, has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 8.
The Bremen-Triton Northern State Conference baseball and softball games were also rained out Friday and have been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 8, while the JV softball game has been rescheduled for May 3.
PLYMOUTH â€” Jacob Seagraves picked a good time to break out of a hitting slump.
With two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning the Plymouth senior came through with a walk-off single to right-center, scoring Chase Peters from first base to give the Pilgrims the 5-4 victory over the visiting Goshen Redskins.